Interview: Costume Designer Luciano Capozzi on Designing the World of Netflix’s ‘The Last Kingdom: Seven Kings Must Die’

Awards Radar got the opportunity to chat with Luciano Capozzi, the costume designer responsible for creating the looks we see on the recently released Netflix film The Last Kingdom: Seven Kings Must Die. Capozzi created costumes from scratch for the principal cast and up to 700+ background characters, he wanted to humanize the characters and not have them be seen as just heroes, and he used a natural color palette to differentiate the various kingdoms while making sure to use muted tones that feel more realistic 

Betty Ginette

Interview with Costume Designer Luciano Capozzi (Paul, Apostle of Christ)

In was an honor chatting with with extremely talented artist Luciano Capozzi about the craft and art of Costume Designing.

Matthew Toffolo: Where were you born and raised? Was wardrobe something you were always passionate about? Was “working in the movies” something you dreamed to doing one day?

Matthew Toffolo

Luciano Capozzi On The 5 Things You Need To Create A Highly Successful Career in TV and Film

Asa part of our series about creating a successful career in TV and Film, I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Luciano Capozzi.

Luciano Capozzi was born in Marino, a small town just outside Rome. After having completed his studies at the State Art Institute in Rome in 1986, Luciano, thanks to a Costume Designer competition, Participated at the first ever design course to be given by Giulia Mafai, an Italian Costume Designer that worked with directors such as Vittorio De Sica, Mario Monicelli and others.

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Luciano Capozzi on Designing Intricate Costumes for The Last Kingdom: Seven Kings Must Die

After spending five seasons trying to keep the peace in The Last Kingdom, Uhtred of Bebbanburg’s story comes to an end with Netflix’s epic feature film The Last Kingdom: Seven Kings Must Die. If you’re like me and obsessed with period-piece clothing, then you’re probably enthralled by this movie’s costumes.

Melody McCune